- Aug 23, 2018
I assume you didn't keep playing those other games because the game didn't turn out to be that great, not because the way your device could play it was unacceptable? Those are different things imo. And if it had been for a console, if you'd gone physical you could've at least recovered money by reselling it. But it's your money of course. It's fine if people want to try something out. I'm just, personally, struggling to see the value in it.
But I'm a PC main so that makes sense I guess. I don't see nor expect to play on my phone or something. Even if I wanted to it would probably be restricted to my house since anywhere else I don't have uncapped internet capable of doing it.
I mean, this is supposed to be for a playerbase (apart from the 'it's cool' crowd) that is not capable or unwilling to upgrade to a next-gen console or a better PC, but somehow *is* interested in buying the newest games at full price and/or pay a monthly fee. It just feels like a really tiny margin in there.
I agree that this is probably where we're heading. We're basically at the point where services are rushing to become the Steam of the game streaming space.